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Weather Chart Images

8 Weather Chart Symbols

  • Downloadable images - sunny, cloudy, partly cloudy, stormy, rainy, snowy, windy, thermometer.
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  • Please kindly respect the copyright on the following images. They are only to be used for educational situations you are responsible for Thanks!

  • **Print, laminate and cut the pictures as they are - use these for 'props' when children are 'Weather Reporters' (Aust, US, and UK maps for children are here)

  • Print the pictures in black and white - children cut and glue - write the labels underneath.

  • **Click on images to open them, then, right click and 'save image as' to use them as images on your IWB or in other documents.

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